The history of education in the Philippines
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- Students demand government action on
repression in St. Louis University
- College Editors Guild of the Philippines, press release,
25 November 1997. Seven editors and staffers of the
Hotline, official student publication of SLU's Supreme
Student Council, were slapped libel charges by the Slu
administration for publishing articles attacking the
recent tuition fee increases.
- DepEd curriculum: Boon or bane?
- By Sheila Crisostomo, The Philippine Star,
7 June 2002. Millions of students are scheduled to return
to public schools next week to a revised curriculum aimed
at improving the standard of education in the country. But
the government is having such a tough time selling the
idea to educators and congressmen that the plan may be
- Militant teachers renew call to junk bridge
- By Jojo Due, ABS-CBN, Today, Saturday, June
19, 2004. The education department may have backtracked in
the controversial presecondary bridge program, but members
of the militant Alliance of Concerned Teachers in Central
Luzon (ACT-CL)urged teachers, parents and students to
continue pressuring the government and the Department of
Education (DepEd) to altogether abandon it.